I have a wiki page, Fi. She's my 2nd Zelda wiki page. She was a challenge to do since some parts can be redundant. I welcome any changes to the page. I have been rusty with the wiki pages due to the freedom to establish any wiki style to page. I just don't have a set formula for Zelda character pages yet. I'm still experimenting. I only have Fire Emblem and Dark Cloud wiki formulas. I believe Groose was my best one I've done for the Legend of Zelda franchise.
Due to some crazy projects in Anime Vice and finals at school, I might or might not squeeze a Fire Emblem character page this week.
Oh, Screened is starting up the Star Trek wiki month. I'm volunteering there to help out even though I haven't watch Star Trek. It will be an awesome experience. I want to return the favor to Acura Max who helped my team and I in the wiki and anime trailer project at Anime Vice. If anyone is a fan of Star Trek and wants to help out on the wiki pages such as adding quotes, images, and plot summaries, please contact Acura Max at Screened.
For the most popular shows, here's my take after observing things.
Attack on Titan - If you're into horror and don't mind gore with Titans eating humans, this show would be for you. Its animation is like comic book style, and it's top notch.
Flowers of Evil - If you don't mind the animation style, it's a psychological thriller about a girl who blackmails a guy.
Devil Survivor: The Animation - If you like Atlus games. I haven't play those games like Persona, but I enjoyed it. It's about a group of kids who answered an app that predicts how they died. They end up fighting this demon invasion later on. Animation is pretty good. I can't say anything else because of spoilers.
Gargantia on the Verdurous Planet - If you enjoyed Gen Urobuchi's works on Fate Zero or Madoka Magica, he is the writer of this show. It's a bit slow at first, but from experience, Gen Urobuchi has a surprise for his fans in the story. It's a mech series about Ledo who is stranded on a water planet after a battle with aliens.
So, as I recall, it turned out that the only reason pornographic images were allowed on the site in the first place was because someone forgot to delete that text when copying some rules over from Anime Vice (may it rest in peace).
Not true. Jeff had said that they were permitting hardcore images of hentai games because they didn't want to censor anything that could be found in games without mods.
To add, Comic Vine is only one out of the former Whiskey Media family that forbids censoring erotic comic book manga no matter how explicit it is. The only rule is that erotic graphic novels should be uploaded on certain days. I think it was every day except Tues and Thurs. Comic Vine can hide the wiki pages from Google search not like Anime Vice due to the system.
Regarding Anime Vice, no rules from Anime Vice was applied to Giant Bomb. The rules were made long after Giant Bomb's porn purge. We had to delete all pornographic images because Google blacklist Anime Vice. This was hurting everyone including wiki editors and my teammates.